Diesel Jumps 6.1¢ to $3.104 a Gallon in Single Biggest Increase of Year – roger gilroy, transport topics
"The U.S. average retail price of diesel jumped 6.1 cents — the largest single increase of the year — to $3.104 a gallon as oil climbed past $68 a barrel amid signs the supply glut is fading.
Trucking’s main fuel costs 50.7 cents a gallon more than it did a year ago, when the price was $2.597, the Department of Energy reported April 16.
It was the fourth increase in diesel’s average price after six consecutive declines. The price has risen 13.2 cents in that period.
The average price of diesel rose in all regions."
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